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Over $2 million Will Be Spent to Fight Hydrilla on Lake Waccamaw
Discovered in Lake Waccamaw last fall, officials have announced an aggressive and quite costly effort to eradicate hydrilla using herbicide treatments.

Hydrilla will grow at the rate of one inch per day as the weather gets warmer, and can quickly overtake a lake. It forms dense mats on the waters surface, blocking out light for native vegetation and impeding recreation.

Officials will use herbicide applications for the next five years to combat the hydrilla.  It is estimated that $450,000 will be needed annually for the next five years.



 
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Public Awareness or Fewer People, What Made the Difference in Decline of Marine Debris - Labor Day weekend on the Sacramento River would typically yield large amounts of floating debris. Beer boxes, foam coolers, plastic bags, alcohol containers, tubes and flip-flops left behind by visitors would normally stuff 40-cubic-yard trash containers, but this year a 30-yard container was only a third full.


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